Back Issues
Made to Order
feat.gifts.newthb.jpgIn time for the holidays, the Brown Alumni Magazine’s second annual gift guide—a sampling of products designed and made by alumni. They’re a heartening reminder that work can be a passionate endeavor, and that labor really can be love.
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O Pioneers!
feat.masque.thb.jpgFour alumnae—each more than 100 years old—reflect on life for women at Brown during the Roaring Twenties and describe full journey they’ve been on ever since.
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Music
elms.gingerninjas.thb.jpgThe Ginger Ninjas pedalled into Providence with their instruments loaded onto their bikes. Then they invited the audience to help power the show.
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Best Behavior
elms.signage.thb.jpgNew buildings and infrastructure improvements bring lots of construction workers to campus, so officials have seen fit to remind them of how to behave.
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Hip-Hop Humor
arts.mahone.thb.jpgImprov artist Jon Mahone ’99, ’04 MAT channels the ghosts of Charlie Chaplin and Richard Pryor.
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The Art of War
arts.rattle2.thb.jpgTo learn how troops are trained for Iraq, filmmaker Tony Gerber ’86 was embedded with an Army unit—at a simulated Iraqi village in California.
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From Her Pencil to Your Closet
arts.devon1.thb.jpgWith her sophisticated sportswear, Lyn Devon ’02 aims to make women feel comfortable, confident, and beautiful.
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What Kind of Season Will It Be?
sports.friske.thb.jpgLast year men’s basketball finished second in the Ivy League. Can a new coach take them to first?
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Beyond Identity Politics
elms.convocation.thb.jpgThe advice at this year’s Opening Convocation? Enjoy the intellectual ride.
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Up to the Test
sports.brenna1.thb.jpgAfter a year out with a leg injury, women’s soccer goalie Brenna Hogue ’10 is back. So is the team.
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Feeling the Pinch
elms.financial.thb.jpgIn the recession ahead, Brown's priorities will be financial aid, academics, research--and yes, growth.
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Free at Last
elms.sirleaf1.thb.jpgThe first democratically elected female president on the African continent visits Brown.
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Post-Partisan Depression
elms.frank.thb.jpgBarney Frank on deregulation and trickle-down economics.
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Fruit of the Mandarins
pov.china.thb.jpgWhile living in Shanghai, a writer wondered where she’d ever feel at home.
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Treasure Boxes
finally.boxes.thb.jpgHow to protect precious items from you and me.
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On Stage
arts.dacosta.thb.jpgYaya DaCosta '04 made her New York stage debut this fall.
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Replay
sports.replay.thb.jpgThe Bears celebrated defeating Harvard, 24–22, by stopping a Crimson two-point conversion with 1:03 remaining.
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Game Day
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Phantom Art
elms.statue.thb.jpgThe bronze statue of Caesar Augustus lost his right arm to the hurricane of 1938. This fall, an unidentified orthopedically minded visitor gave him a new limb.
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New Deal
elms.issacharoff.thb.jpgA pair of legal scholars spar about the constitutional ramifications of the New Deal.
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Torture Watch
elms.gourevitch.thb.jpgNew Yorker staff writer Philip Gourevitch visited the Watson Institute to promote his new book, Standard Operating Procedure.
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Presidents
elms.presidents.thb.jpgLiberia's Ellen Johnson Sirleaf was not the only national president to visit Brown this fall. Leonel Fernandez,president of the Dominican Republic, sat down with associate professor of history James Green, and former Chilean president Ricardo Lagos Escobar.
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Our Man in Beijing
profile.kelley.thb.jpgMeet the secret service agent who went with Nixon to China. PAUL KELLY '66
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Unlocking the Oars
profile.boddie.thb.jpgWhen Lydia Boddie-Rice '76 took up rowing, she noticed that most of the crews were white. She set out to change that.
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Fresh Ink
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A Killer in the Classroom
arts.willett.thb.jpgWriting classes can be deadly, and in this case that’s the literal truth.
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Late Bloomer
arts.bynum.thb.jpgA post-college coming-of-age tale from Sarah Shun-lien Bynum ’95.
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Progress
Nov1908.thb.jpgIn 1908 the John Hay Library was still an architect's English Renaissance dream and a curiosity for streetcar riders.
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Hes Got Style
profile.creamer.thb.jpgDonald E. Creamer '47 believes that today’s ads are garbage and that, thanks to the TV-series Mad Men, yesterday's ad men and women are misunderstood.
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Farewell
obits.jones.thb.jpgA farewell to Rhett Jones ’72 AM, ’76 PhD.
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Since Last Time
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About Prejudice
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Keep On Learning
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Good For the Jews?
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Glorifying Old Glory
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Peace Now and Then
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New York State of Mind
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Science Luminary
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Nice Work
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History Lesson
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In the News
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